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Draw Down Continues: Kellogg’s Laying Off Over 200 in Minnesota


Kellogg’s announced on Tuesday its decision to pull ads from conservative media giant Breitbart.com because its 45 million monthly readers are not “aligned with our values as a company.”


Boycotting mainstream American ideas is an act of discrimination and intense prejudice. If you serve Kellogg’s products to your family, you are serving up bigotry at your breakfast table.

 

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06/28/2017 11:39
by Staff   The story is true, but only relates to one Tennessee plant but   ———  How about a separate room for bible study and Christian Prayer? Tyson Food in Shelbyville, Tennessee has eliminated Labor Day as a paid holiday in favor of the last day of Ramadan because they have 700 Muslim employees.  Tennessee is the newest Hot-Bed for Muslim immigration.  According to the 2010 Government Census more Muslims are flocking to Tennessee than any other state in the union.  Tyson Foods eliminates Labor Day to show support for their 700 Muslim employees...working in Tennessee as reported by FoxNews in 2008  "The change, which does not...

Why Revolvers Will Never Be Outdated — and One Surprising Reason Everybody Should Own One

06/27/2017 10:13
By Caleb Lee   When we think of revolvers, we automatically start seeing images of gunmen in the Wild West shooting up saloons and putting down bad guys. The revolver is a quintessential part of American gun history, and it holds a special place in our hearts. Unfortunately, many people believe that revolvers are quickly turning into a novelty item with little potential practical use, and it’s a crying shame. Despite the growing sentiment that revolvers should be relegated to collectors and old movies, there are plenty of good reasons to keep these guns in your regular carry rotation. Furthermore, there’s a strong argument to support the notion that these guns...

Scott Pelley Suggests That Alexandria Shooting May Have Been Self Inflicted

06/26/2017 10:44
by Martin Lioll   Scott Pelley, the CBS News fixture who hosted the “CBS Evening News” from 2011 until Friday of last week, has come under fire after an on-air editorial before he left the show in which he said the shooting in Alexandria, Virginia last Wednesday was “self-inflicted.” Now, Pelley may lose his job after the horrifying suggestion and at least one congressman is saying that Pelley should be fired from CBS and that the veteran newsman should “never be employed in the media again” after claiming the individuals who were shot on the baseball field Monday — including House Majority Whip Rep. Steve Scalise — may have been partially responsible for their wounds. The comments...
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